Grass sent by gods
The holy grass belongs to the perennials of the grass family. The grass has a pleasant fragrant smell, that is why it is translated from English as a «sweet grass». In Russia the plant took it's name from the fact being a favourite bizons' dish.
Brest Distillery Company «Belalco» uses in production only the natural components. The nature presents us a great amount of different herbs and plants, which can be used in the production of the alcoholik drinks.
The holy grass goes to make up a bitter tincture «Brestskaya zubrovka ». «Brestskaya zubrovka » is a traditional belorussian bitter tincture. Its sheer, slightly fiery aroma given to the beverage by a holy grass infusion will be to the taste to the most experienced gourmet. The harmonious and sustained composition gives to the bitter not only rich flavoring feelings, but also excellent preventive and medical qualities. The substances contained in the bitter stimulate appetite, effectively stimulate activities of the gastrointestinal tract. Infused on the grass which bisons of Belovezhskaya Pushcha consider a favourite delicacy «Brestskaya Zubrovka» has a golden-green color and a sweetish taste. The holly grass - the uniquely component for tincture production, grows in the ecologicaly friendly region - Belovezhskaya Pushcha - the largest of ancient forests.
A new vodka line from Belarus under TM «Czar's Meadow»
A new vodka line from Belarus under TM «Czar's Meadow» is produced by Brest Distillery «Belalco». The creation of this product is timed to the anniversary of the Belowezha Forest and Tsar's Meadow, which is located in the heart of a picturesque place of Belovezhskaya Pushcha.
Brest Distillery «Belalco» started to produce vodkas and bitters under Trade Mark «Czar’s Meadow» in May 2015. Two vodkas «Czar’s Meadow Revered» and «Czar’s Meadow Imperia» had been released. One more vodka was added in November 2015. It was «Czar’s Meadow Auroral». And in May 2016 this line was expanded with one more vodka «Czar’s Meadow Venatory» and three bitters with pepper, pine nuts and cranberries.
The creation of the brand is timed to the anniversary of the Belowezha Forest and Tsar’s Meadow, which is located in the heart of a picturesque placeof Belovezhskaya Pushcha. For centuries,
Bialowezha Forest was a favorite hunting ground of Lithuanian princes, Polish kings, Russian tsars. Traditionally, after a hunt there was organized a grand feast on the royal Meadow called Tsar’s Meadow. That is why specialists of Belalco company established a drink worthy of the royal feast and taste.
To produce vodka «Tsar’s Meadow» Brest Distillery use alcohol «Lux», pure artesian water from the own well and a multistage filtration of vodka? Water and spirit. Vodkas undergo several cleaning stages during the production cycle and are subjected to further processing, which allows to obtain a product of nearly 100% purity. Vodkas are available in half¬liter unique square bottles (damasks) or in a colorful and tastefully decorated bottles of 700 ml.
The line of vodkas under «Czar’s Meadow» TM is quite young, but already is well- represented in all networks and stores of the country. For over a year of its production vodkas and bitters have already found its buyers.
A partner from New Zealand
Today we are meeting a distant but a very pleasant guest. A partner from New Zealand has come to us. Today we have stable monthly deliveries to a far-away New Zealand. Cargo goes there for almost two months. No wonder that the shortest distance from Brest to Auckland is 17 000 kilometres. Brestskaya vodka is sold there all-the-year-round. Vodka SSSR lux, the bitter tincture «Brestskaya Zubrovka», vodka «Wild duck» and «Men's club» are among the popular products.
It began in 2000, when we had got the first request to put 1 pallet (40 boxes of vodkas) to the container with «Santa» products. The second astonishment is that «Santa» continues to deliver their products nowadays. The orders are increasing constantly . The small company turned into a large participator of the New Zealand market. The company delivers our products for all trade networks of the country and also has its own network.
We believe that the visit of our distant partner not only will strengthen our cooperative relationship, but as well will increase deliveries. We plan to show our partner the factory, present new products, discuss the question about creating a new products` line for the New Zealand market.
Brest balm with european taste-"Krautermeister" balm
This drink with the unpronounceable name (which literally translates as «the master of herbs» or herbalist) - the third in a row of balms at Brest Distillery "Belalco”.
Unlike their predecessors balm “Krautermeister” will play on your receptors a very different tune. Notes of ginger and cinnamon are dominated in this beverage- unexpected but very pleasant sour-sweet combination.
Background of the creation of this balm is very interesting. Knowing the quality of our balms, one German company contacted to our firm to create a balm for the German market. A German sommelier helped to create this product and often came to the factory, made a lot of adjustments in the composition. Thanks to him there are notes of ginger, cinnamon and mint in this composition. Firstly, we planned to name the product "Balsam ¹33”, because we needed to achieve the necessary harmony and taste and aroma after having namely 33 attempts. But we changed it later to "Krautermeister". On the one hand, it is a remander to the German name and European tone in it, on the other hand all Belalco balms are extractive and include many components, fruits, herbs, berries. And the name is translated as: master of herbs, herbalist.
This balm came to taste of the Belarusian buyer, and it means a lot. Belarus is famous for its high- quality range of balms and has a great variety of them on shop shelves. Try this wonderful drink: you should drink it in small quantities, you can add it into tea or coffee. The balm "Krautermeister" is not just delicious, but also very healthful.